Everywhere we look there are crises at home and abroad that need the immediate action of our government.
There is the immigration crisis, the crisis in Ukraine, the crisis in Syria, in Libya, in Iraq, Iran, illegal drugs, education, health care, energy, global warming, unemployment, the federal budget, our national infrastructure, veteran's care and countless others that continue to come and go. And all of them are somehow the responsibility of the U.S. government, each requiring large allocations of money that the federal treasury does not have.
In studying this on-going problem, I have come up with a solution, which is to dramatically reduce the size, scope, power —and therefore the cost— of the federal government.
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